On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Dahlia Dill. Dahlia grew up on both a dairy farm, and a full time farm where her parents raised grass fed Belted Galloway beef cattle, produced hay, and grew market gardens for cut flowers in Lee, New Hampshire. Dahlia and her husband, Mark, both attended the University of New Hampshire for agricultural studies, and during and after, held many jobs that contributed to their ability to launch their own farm business. Dahlia shares with us the competitive process that they underwent to obtain their now farm Chandler Pond Farm located in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. They have made Chandler Pond Farm their own where they are raising 100% grass fed beef, naturally raised pick your own strawberries and blueberries, PYO flowers, maple syrup, hay, a smattering of vegetables.
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Inspiring and Motivating
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